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Tuesday & Wednesday's Posts.

Tuesday & Wednesday's Posts.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS. TURK Y. June iS. one Part of this City, called the Pcra, the common Refidencc of the Ambaffadors, there fell lately a molt dreadful Storm of Had, which laitcd feven Minutes. Its Effects were beyond all precedent Examples of the fame Kind, and indeed fo very extr
12 August 1776 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
Postscript.

Postscript.

LONDON. WE are aiTured, from a Perfon of Credit, that no Advices of any Importance have, as yet been ■ received from General Howe; but Government expect Difpatches from that Commander within a Fortnight. It may be relied upon, that Government have received the pleating Advice of
12 August 1776 - Northampton Mercury - Northampton, Northamptonshire, England
 
SHREWSBURY RACES, 1776. "|" , UESD ay, Auguft 27th, 501. given by William Pui.tenrv, and John CoascT r, Elqrs. for

SHREWSBURY RACES, 1776. "|" , UESD ay, Auguft 27th, 501. given by William Pui.tenrv, and John CoascT r, Elqrs. for

4 and Years old Bcc. that never won jcl. (Matches and Sweepftakes excepted;) 4 Years old Bft. 5 Years old 9ft. beft of three Heats, twice round a iicat, which about two Miles aud a lialf. Augujt 28th, 501. the Gentlemen's Subfcription, for Horfes, &c. that never won a Royal Plat
10 August 1776 - Shrewsbury Chronicle - Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England
 
Q X F O & D, Auguft ip.

Q X F O & D, Auguft ip.

Q F O D, Auguft ip. Oh Monday next the Races begin here, upon which Day, exclnfive of the Plate, Gold Cup of One Hundred Guinea* Value, and Fifty Guineas in Specie, wll) run for; and Wcdnefday, btfides the Plate, a Swfepftales of Four Hundred Guineas.—The Ilorfes named bv the Sub
10 August 1776 - Oxford Journal - Oxford, Oxfordshire, England
 
The I P

The I P

[Price Three-pence] A. London, Saturday, Auguft 3. is Ltd, a letter is received from Halifax which mentions, that fincc arrival of Lord Howe and the V troops from England, the congrefs feem very defirous of making peace with Great Britain, and is hoped the contcft would be fettl
10 August 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SATURDAY, Auglift 10, 1776.

SATURDAY, Auglift 10, 1776.

»• Plymeutb, Aug. t. A letter was this day received by gentleman of this place, from an officer on board bis Majefty’s the Renown, dated Halifax harbour June which mentions their being fpoke with off that harbour the »3d, Lord Howe in the Eagle, who, Upon hearing that Gen. Howe
10 August 1776 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
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10 August 1776 - Newcastle Courant - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
the. forctop, and difchargcd her duty extremely well. defire feeing the world, Ate lays, induced hex to take the above

the. forctop, and difchargcd her duty extremely well. defire feeing the world, Ate lays, induced hex to take the above

piethod. . Wednefday fc'nnight was buried at Fulham, the body the coachman who was found dead in a liable that place he went to put up his horfes m Teeming good health) a few days before After the funeral was over, perfon infilled that durinr performance of the femce, heard rumb
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
literary article*. Fir the NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE. A CHARACTER. ENOUGH of M«fe’ forbear The unbatmoniouc, unavailing Uj: Let bifh-flown live edraog'd

literary article*. Fir the NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE. A CHARACTER. ENOUGH of M«fe’ forbear The unbatmoniouc, unavailing Uj: Let bifh-flown live edraog'd

to care. Nor dare DtffH't features to pourtray. fivootlier accents the Mmd, Of modefly pofleft; Whole polifh'd brow, with mild fuffiifion fpread. Is but the index of her purer call. Her looks, her thoughts, her words, and every deed. From innate love of rc&itude proceed. Full in
10 August 1776 - Newcastle Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
STATE LOTTERT, 1776, TICKETS and SHARES of TICKETS, CHANCES and SHARES CHANCES, Are now Selling in great Variety of Nuifebcri,

STATE LOTTERT, 1776, TICKETS and SHARES of TICKETS, CHANCES and SHARES CHANCES, Are now Selling in great Variety of Nuifebcri,

and on the moft Terms, by JOHN CARVICK, STOCKBROKER, hit State-Lottery-Officea, No. jt, Sneer, between the Bank of England and Prince.-Street, and No. 40, the corner of Dorfet-Strect, Crifpin-Strcet. Spitalfieldi. Ctrrick return! hit fincere Thankt to hit Friends and the Public
10 August 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England